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Choosing The Right Plants For Your Plots
by David Morris

It would be hard to imagine a better food plot than a really good stand of Tecomate Lablab, but does that mean Lablab is always the best food plot choice? No, it does not! Different plants do different things. You have to “prescribe” the right thing for the job. Let’s see what goes into that.

First, when buying seed, consider value, not just price. Don’t be fooled by bag size. Bigger is not necessarily better. Some of the best wildlife plantings, like clovers and chicory, come in small bags…
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HELICOPTER SURVEYS AND DEER HARVESTS RATES
by Dr. Mickey W. Hellickson

As the helicopter moved closer the “whir” from the blades became almost deafening.  Leaves and tree branches began to sway and dust began to fly…

Sainfoin: Is a “new” forage crop for deer on the horizon?
by Jason Snavely

As a private wildlife consultant I’ve always felt that my true value to clients resides in my ability to serve as a resource on all…



Return To Natural
by David Morris

Recently, a frustrated hunter called to bemoan his lack of success, and in the course of his moanings, he said to me, “If you had…



Sentinel Limpopo Safari Chronicle, Zimbabwe Africa August/September 2011 Day 5 and Day 6
by David Shashy

Day 5- September 4th, 2011
More of the same today - searching, searching, searching for a trophy elephant bull. Today we ran into scores…



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Tip #34 – Make Your Doe Quotas

Primarily in the South, try to achieve your antlerless (doe) quotas as early as possible. This will drop hunting pressure and increase buck activity during the rut.


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